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necessary. >> i was perplexed when president obama nuanced sometime in late 2011 that assad has to go. >> on syria, zbigniew brzezinski said the u.s. policy towards dmask was ill-conceived. in iran, talking about a u.s. nuclear deal with teheran. former president jimmy carter can do it. >> miscalculations. >> well, i suspect much to everyone's regret, which i share, that this democratic experiment in egypt never took traction. >> and is nsa leak scandal. is the former there contractor diss a traitor? >> yes, whatever his motivate. >> a consultant for the center for strategic and international studies. dr. brzezinski, thank you for being on talk to al jazeera. >> thank you for having me. >> what do you think the is the biggest challenge to the obama administration? >> the biggest challenge, the global controversy, the united states was the preeminent power in the world, clearly the country that could in fact can impose its will very significantly on a lot of events. today we're in a chaotic world of turmoil, in which we face certain self-evident crises. one in the middle east, continui
obama spoke with him today about those concerns. obama wants the u.s. and style you to begin consultations about the next steps in nuclear negotiations. >> in afghanistan, 2500 tribal leaders there have voted to keep american soldiers in the country beyond 2004. the president hamid karzai refuse to say sign the agreement until after next year's presidential election in april. much of the u.s. is braising for rough holiday travel as a large storm rolls through. it's expected to bring sleet and snow to parts of the east coast and to the south later this week. the storm killed eight people in western states overnight. >> an active volcano forced the evacuation of thousands on an island. it has spied ash into the air. the military is together 15,000 more people to leave. those are the headlines. talk to aljazeera is up next on aljazeera america. >> they he told use it would be fast, cheap and easy, and that's not the case. >> american chef and action visit alice waters said we should return to eating local and seasonal food. >> you know, it's celebrating life. >> the owner of the
it would be like i love everybody. so that's the way i look at it. >> president obama has been criticized about his religion candidate? >> that's only because he is black. you know, listen, we can sugar coat it how we want. some people are not going to be happy with a black president. >> they claim he is muslim. >> first of all. they don't black. >> is healthcare the greatest achievement much his presidency? >> i will say this. i don't know all of the ins and outs of obamacare. >> hum? >> or the health affordable act. everybody needs healthcare. >> that's all i care about. you know, like i say, i tell people, we can sit here and argue about obamacare healthcare act, everybody needs healthcare. >> that's the only way. >> that's all i really care about. in any program that can get more people healthcare, i am for it. >> you know, i am for it. >> that's all. >> that's the way i explain it the best way. office? >> no, because, you know, the political process has changed so much, michael, where these republicans and democrats, they just fight over everything. that's there is not a single perso
strike kills the leader of a pakistani taliban. and the prime minister of iraq asks president obama for more help in ending violence in his country. ♪ >> the
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, truly. >> and yet we don't hear the obamas, the white house talk about it very much. is that a mistake? >> i think it is a mistake. i think it should be kind of front and center, because we're at a point where we need to really take care of the land. it's endangered, not only the land, but the sea and the air. we, the best way to do that is to plant a garden, and company com post the food, and the leftovers, and it's those beautiful processes that send up the right kind of chemical process in the air that help to say save our ozone. so, it's -- you feel that cycle, that rhythm of nature, and that's what i'm trying to get into. it's like i want the to eat in season. i want to feel connected to this time and place. i feel disconnected when everything's available all year, and you lose your sense of time and place. you're eating second-rate fruits and vegetables all year long, so when the real thing comes around, you're motte even interested. >> we will continue our discussion about real food with some real life examples of personal choices we all make when talk to aljazeera continues, af
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